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New COVID-19 Deaths Reported in Henderson, Daviess Counties

New COVID-19 deaths were reported in western Kentucky on Wednesday in Daviess and Henderson counties.

Posted: Mar 3, 2021 12:15 PM

The Green River District Health Department said Wednesday that two new COVID-19 deaths had been identified within its western Kentucky district.

The new COVID-19 deaths reported in the seven-county GRDHD district on Wednesday were in Daviess County and Henderson County, according to GRDHD.

Here's all of the new COVID-19 activity reported by GRDHD Wednesday:

  • 22 new cases in Daviess County, 1 new death
  • 7 new cases in Henderson County, 1 new death
  • 2 new cases in McLean County
  • 5 new cases in Ohio County
  • 1 new case in Union County
  • 0 new cases in Webster County
  • 0 new cases in Hancock County

GRDHD says that now, 20,105 total positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified throughout its seven-county district to date.

You can see a summary for each county within the GRDHD district below:

The state of Kentucky is currently reporting 406,201 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 4,671 statewide deaths.

As of Friday, March 5, Kentucky's governor plans to loosen restrictions on indoor gatherings, allowing events in many industries throughout the state to occur at 60% capacity


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